It's no secret that cannabis and LGBTQ reform efforts have been intertwined for decades. Some even believe that one would not exist without the other.

"Arguably, neither would exist as they do today if not for the other," Tyme Ferris, founder and CEO of cannabis brand Pantheon Collective told Benzinga last year.

So far, little research has focused on patterns of use among these groups. However, psychologists from Washington State University addressed the issue in a new study titled "The Pot at the End of the Rainbow," reported News Medical.

According to researchers, young people classified as bisexuals are more open to using cannabis to cope with mental health issues such as depression and anxiety than young heterosexuals.

The study, published in the journal Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research, …

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